Two Emerson athletes are two of the four Journalism students covering the Super Bowl this week.
Emerson’s Mark Leccese is the first journalism professor to be appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Judiciary-Media Committee, which has been tasked since 1995 with improving the relationship and understanding between the judicial branch and the media.
Ten students in Emerson College’s MFA film program flew to Park City, Utah, on Thursday for an opportunity to connect with industry professionals at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, an annual gathering of “storytellers and audiences seeking new voices”.
This semester, Maya Gacina ’21 became the new editor-in-chief of the Berkeley Beacon. Emerson Today’s David Ertischek ’01 talked with Gacina about her goals for the Beacon, her career, and what she’s reading.
In the spirit of America’s revered social activist, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Emerson School of Communication held its second annual MLK Celebration & Diversity Forum last Friday, where a panel of Boston community leaders addressed this year’s topic of Race and the Criminal Justice System.
The men’s and women’s basketball teams each went 1-1 this week, defeating Wheaton and Fisher, respectively.
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Rem Myers, a first-year Theatre Education graduate student, traveled to Poland in December as the representative of TheTheaterTimes.com to review the Boska Komedia Festival.
Madison Shaw’s relentless efforts over the last several years, raising money and awareness for the national patient organization Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF), earned the political communication major international recognition for her work.
This week, ArtsEmerson welcomes back Manual Cinema with The End of TV, as we witness a friendship unfold between two women.